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Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of                                    Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement
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Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
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Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement




Pre-operative Condition



Subacromial impingement

Bursa

Partial tear of rotator cuff










A. Incisions are made in the shoulder and
arthroscopic instruments are inserted.















B. The bursa is removed. C. The acromion is debrided.

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